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Image credit: Jeramey Lende / Shutterstock.com As a youngster it was a concept that brought glee to the hearts of many a child. Christmas in July! What a great idea. The very thought of having another bite of the gift-receiving apple five months early was an idea that seemed too good to be true. And...
Internet access from mobile devices now represents 63 percent of all traffic in the United States. Mobile now has more total page views than desktop. If your company has not adequately modified your website to function consistently across multiple sized device screens, the time to do so is now.  In 2019, mobile advertising will represent...
With the media reporting only the most impactful breaches of internet security, it would be tempting to believe that the once prevalent and public attacks on small to mid-sized companies’ websites was diminishing in scope and frequency. While many companies have learned a great deal about securing their digital connection to the world, the threat...
The recent crisis for Facebook in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica revelation is reigniting a troubling issue among users and advertisers of a vast array of social media outlets. Already experiencing a decline in trust from consumers, marketers are beginning to hesitate implementing expanded social media campaigns. For Facebook, the current debacle promises to...
Years ago, much of the Tech industry’s efforts focused on developing packaged software for business applications purchased by copy, or multiple license copies, and installed on organizations’ in-house computer systems. The process of upgrading to newer versions and updating in-house systems proved to be a disruptive process, fraught with frequent costs associated with the purchase...
Abusive hacking of social media content comes on the heels of J.P. Morgan’s announcement that approximately 76 million households would be affected by a breach of their customer’s personal data. The world’s largest bank is just the most recent company to admit that they lost control over online customer data that included detailed information, such...
Just three days before local elections, the Turkish government blocked its citizens from using Twitter and YouTube. The ban lasted 67 days and was only lifted by Turkey’s telecommunication authority (TIB) after the country’s Constitutional Court ruled that the ban violated Turks’ free speech rights and ordered the ban be lifted. Recently Chinese Internet services...
It is difficult to remember a time when or place in everyday life wasn’t impacted by the tools of the digital revolution, a time when a conversation with distant loved ones did not include vehicles like Facebook, Twitter or Email to name only a few. Those who adapted to social media as it grew and...
In 2013 mobility, big data and the cloud environment emerged as three of the top technology trends, disrupting many well-established norms long observed by technology businesses, marketers and IT professionals.  Consumers who were once tied to a stationary world of computing and collectively leashed by techies, marketers and system applications began to find the established...
Computer systems and networks that make up the Internet have become critical to our everyday lives.  From sending simple personal emails and making individual online purchases to sophisticated info structure systems that control a vast array of vital delivery mechanisms such as energy transmission, communication and national defense.  These systems have evolved to become even...
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